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Sunday worship is held at Grange weekly at 10:30am.
All welcome, whether you are a visitor, or live locally. There is no booking system – just come along.
Covid safety guidelines are being followed – from this week, face coverings are not mandatory; they are mainly to protect others, and each of us decides whether we should wear one.  Seating will be variably distanced so you need not feel crowded.
Refreshments are served in the church after the service.

Services are streamed online for those who prefer to join in from home.  Congregation members will not appear on camera.

Our YouTube channel shows services recorded since 16th May 2021.

Toast Church meets on Sundays at 9:30am in the Grange Methodist Church hall.
We are a friendly and relaxed group aimed at children of any age and their families. As the name suggests, we eat toast. We also sing, share stories, enjoy art, crafts and other fun activities and explore current issues in a family friendly way. All welcome, nothing to pay.

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Grange Methodist ChurchWe are beginning work to redevelop our building so please excuse the fact that things look a little rough around the edges for now. We are very excited about the possibilities that are opening up! 

Our vision statement

We believe we are called to be a church where people of all ages and backgrounds are supported in:

  • loving and serving God
  • loving and serving our neighbours, both local and global
  • growing and sharing faith.

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On Saturday 9th July, we are organising a Sponsored Walk across the sands from Sandgate near Flookburgh to Chapel Island and back (on the Ulverston side of the Cartmel Peninsula). This is being led by one of the Queen's Guides from the Guide over Sands Trust.

This is an opportunity for a different walk out onto the sands from the more well known cross-bay walk, and is also shorter (5 miles in total,) making it suitable for less experienced walkers and children. We have a total of 75 places available on the walk with a minimum contribution of £15 per adult and £5 per child. We are looking for willing walkers, and also people to sponsor the walkers, and people to persuade their friends and neighbours to sponsor walkers!

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Open Day for the "Open for Community" project

Peter and Sue Nicol are holding an open day on Saturday 14 May, when hopefully their garden will be full of rhododendrons and azaleas.  A cake stall and other stalls are planned.  Click here for more details.


What a brilliant effort!   Eileen Hutchinson has reported to us that 344 boxes have been picked up by “Boxes of Hope” and they will soon be on their way to Romania – see photo.Shoeboxes from Grange, Christmas 2021
Grange Methodist Church have been doing the shoeboxes for a long time, but just while Eileen Hutchinson has been spearheading the operation – 13 years now – we have delivered 3002 boxes.

She says: “Think of all those smiley faces!! and, more importantly – think of all the children who have seen God’s Love in action – feeling the joy a shoebox brings, and knowing that someone cares for them enough to do this. I really want to thank, most sincerely, EVERYONE who has helped in ANY way over the years. Each and every one of you have been so important:- from wrapping, brewing up (when we could meet at church), shopping, filling, writing cards, supplying the money to do more shopping and our very loyal band of knitters. Also to our friends at the URC, Cartmel Methodist Church and Silverdale and Arnside Knit and Natter Group for joining in. You have ALL been amazing and we should be proud of what we have achieved together. Very best wishes to you all, and again THANK YOU!! Love Eileen.”

Our thanks to Eileen for all the love, care and time that has gone into leading this project over the years.

Our church is now certified as an Eco Church (Bronze level) - for more details click here.

Toast Church winning scarecrow in PEAT competition
Congratulations to Toast Church whose eyecatching scarecrow, hanging out their washing at the front of the church, won an award in the PEAT Greening Campaign scarecrow competition!

"Mustard Seed" is our monthly newsletter, produced in a format suitable for onscreen viewing, or printing. You can view and download the latest edition here. If you, or someone you know, would like a printed copy each month, inform Hazel Edmondson.

A weekly news update can be found here.

For more about our redevelopment project, click here.

Member and Toast Church leader David Webster has written and performed a moving song - to hear it, and find out more, click here

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Minister:  Rev’d Jo Rand, 015395 33164 or email
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